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Migraine’s End

Updated on March 9, 2012

Peaceful sleep

Yet upon waking

A pain so great

Body left shaking

Hours of grief

Turns to days

Without relief

And patience frays

In whispered words

A simple prayer

Would it be heard

The signal flare

Finding relief

Again in dreams

Beyond belief

A gentle stream

Flowed down in peace

Upon the frame

Bringing surcease

From constant pain

And then is found

When one awoke

No pain around

To yet provoke

An answered prayer

A wondrous feeling

Someone is there

And bestowed healing.

2012 Moira G. Gallaga©


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      Moira Garcia Gallaga 6 years ago from Lisbon, Portugal

      Thanks for your comment The Writers Dog. I've had to deal with migraines for many years now and it's come to a point where my medication isn't that effective anymore.

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      The Writers Dog 6 years ago

      Brilliant! As a long time sufferer of migraines, I can relate to every word. Voted up!